Last Friday, I had quite an unusual adventure.
A few friends from work and I headed off to Medieval Times after work for a show! I’d never been before and was really excited to check it out.
The first thing we did when we got there was check in and get assigned to the green section. Our next priority? Drinks. Check out these huge souvenir cups! It was $25, but probably about a liter of beer, so not that bad of a deal. I went for the Sam Adams Summer Ale. Yum!
After a while, we entered the theatre, which is kind of set up as a small arena with a sand stage set down in the middle. The napkins on our plates were printed with the menu! And mine only looks so green because we were in the green section with lights shining on us.
The green knight was the coolest, but despite all our cheering, it wasn’t his day! He was out first in the tournament, and if I’m being honest, I was far less interested once I didn’t have someone to cheer for.
I did still have the food to focus on though! The portions were absolutely huge. Each person got a cup-size serving of tomato basil soup with focaccia bread to dip in it, about half a roasted chicken, a BBQ spare rib, a few slices of potato, and an apple danish. Everything was delicious and cooked well, but I didn’t even come close to finishing and was still stuffed! I guess you really get your money’s worth for $45.